My Favorite Music in 2009

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Dic 31 2009, 22:33

These were my favorite artists, albums and tracks in 2009, calculated solely on playcount basis. May this be a snapshot in time of my ever changing taste of music.

Top Artists
1. Metallica (playcount: 532)
Metallica are an American metal band formed in 1981 in Los Angeles when drummer Lars Ulrich posted an advertisement in The Recycler. Metallica’s line-up originally consisted of Ulrich, rhythm guitarist and vocalist James Hetfield, and lead guitarist Dave Mustaine. Mustaine was later fired due to problems with alcoholism and drug addiction - he went on to form the band Megadeth. Exodus guitarist Kirk Hammett took his place. Metallica has been through several bassists, including Ron McGovney, Cliff Burton (who died in a bus crash while the band was on tour), and Jason Newsted.
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2. Wolfmother (playcount: 519)
Wolfmother is a Grammy Award-winning hard rock band formed in Erskineville, Sydney, Australia in 2003. The band originally consisted of Andrew Stockdale (guitar, vocals), Chris Ross (bass, keyboards), and Myles Heskett(drums), though Ross and Heskett left the band in August 2008. With the original lineup Wolfmother released one album, Wolfmother, and six singles, the highest-charting of which was "Joker And the Thief" which reached #8 in Australia.
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3. Mono (playcount: 456)
Mono are a post-rock group from Tokyo, Japan formed in 1999. The band consists of Takaakira Goto (electric guitar), Yoda (electric guitar), Tamaki Kunishi (bass guitar, guitar, piano, glockenspiel), and Yasunori Takada (drum kit, glockenspiel, synthesiser).
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4. Iron Maiden (playcount: 445)
Iron Maiden is a New Wave of British Heavy Metal or nwobhm band from the United Kingdom. They formed in London, 1975 by bassist Steve Harris, they are one of the most successful and influential bands in the heavy metal genre, selling over 80 million albums worldwide. The band has so far released fourteen studio albums, four "best of" compilations, nine live albums and four limited boxed-sets. They have also won the Ivor Novello Award for international achievement in 2000.
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5. The Shins (playcount: 418)
The Shins are an American indie rock band consisting of James Mercer (vocals, guitar), Dave Hernandez (guitar), Ron Lewis (bass), Eric Johnson (keyboards) and Joe Plummer (drums). They formed in 1997, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States as a side project of Mercer (previously of Blue Roof Dinner) and bassist Jesse Sandoval, who were both members of the lo-fi rock group Flake Music (formed as Flake 1992).
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6. Porcupine Tree (playcount: 415)
Porcupine Tree is a british rock band formed in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England in 1987. During the course of the band's history, it has at times incorporated psychedelic rock, alternative, ambient, electronic, and, most recently, metal and post-rock into its unique style of progressive rock. Porcupine Tree started out as a fake band, the only real member being multi-instrumentalist Steven Wilson.
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7. Norah Jones (playcount: 356)
Norah Jones, born on March 30th 1979 in New York City, is one of the most popular contemporary jazz and jazz-influenced singers of our time. She was a member of Wax Poetic before her debut album Come Away With Me. She can still be heard singing with them on two tracks of their release, Nublu Sessions. Her debut album Come Away With Me was released in 2002 and sold 22 million copies worldwide. It won 5 Grammy Awards in 2003.
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8. Explosions in the Sky (playcount: 298)
Explosions In The Sky is an American instrumental post-rock band, which formed in Austin, Texas in 1999. Munaf Rayani, Mark Smith, and Michael James had just moved to Austin from Midland, Texas, and drummer Chris Hrasky had just moved to Austin from Rockford, Illinois. The band quickly gained a reputation for their live shows even amongst other established local bands such as Lift to Experience. They also garnered a small amount of media attention as a result of their second album, Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Die...
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9. Black Sabbath (playcount: 284)
Black Sabbath is an English heavy metal band formed in 1968 in Birmingham, England, originally comprising Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer Butler (bass), and Bill Ward (drums). In the early ’70s they were the first to pair heavily distorted, sonically dissonant blues-rock at slow speeds with lyrics about drugs, mental pain and abominations of war, thus giving birth to generations upon generations of metal bands that followed in their wake.
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10. Arctic Monkeys (playcount: 278)
Arctic Monkeys are an indie rock band who formed in High Green, Sheffield, England in 2002 after meeting at Stocksbridge High School. The band consists of Alex Turner (vocals, guitar), Jamie 'Cookie' Cook (guitar), Nick O'Malley (bass) and Matt Helders (drums, vocals). Founding bassist Andy Nicholson left in 2006. Each of the band's first five singles I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor, When the Sun Goes Down, Leave Before the Lights Come On...
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11. The Smashing Pumpkins (playcount: 271)
The Smashing Pumpkins are an influential American alternative rock band, formed in Chicago, Illinois in 1988. Billy Corgan and James Iha met in a record store, and began performing in local nightclubs with their bassist, D'Arcy Wretzky, using a drum machine. Playing with a drum machine frustrated both the band and their audience, and so Chicago jazz drummer Jimmy Chamberlin was hired soon afterwards.
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12. The White Stripes (playcount: 263)
The White Stripes are an American rock band, formed in 1997 in Detroit, Michigan. The group consists of songwriter Jack White (vocals, piano/keyboards, and guitar) and Meg White (drums, vocals). After releasing several singles and three albums within the Detroit independent music underground, The White Stripes rose to prominence in 2002, as part of the garage rock revival scene. Their successful albums White Blood Cells and Elephant drew them attention from a large variety of media outlets in the United States and the United Kingdom.
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13. God Is An Astronaut (playcount: 255)
God Is an Astronaut are an instrumental three piece hailing from the Glen of the Downs, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. They formed in 2002 and released their debut album The End of the Beginning the same year on their own Revive Records label. Their two music videos for The End of the Beginning and From Dust to the Beyond, received airplay on MTV UK and on other MTV European networks. All Is Violent, All Is Bright (2005) is the band's second album. The album features their build ups from serene ambience to searing intensity and is a closer representation of their live sound.
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14. Radiohead (playcount: 245)
Radiohead are an English alternative rock band from Abingdon, Oxfordshire. The band is composed of Thom Yorke (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano, beats), Jonny Greenwood (lead guitar, keyboard, other instruments), Ed O'Brien (guitar, backing vocals), Colin Greenwood (bass guitar) and Phil Selway (drums, percussion). Radiohead released their first single, "Creep," in 1992. The song was initially unsuccessful, but it became a worldwide hit several months after the release of their debut album, Pablo Honey (1993).
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15. Sigur Rós (playcount: 234)
Sigur Rós is an icelandic post-rock band. The name is derived from the name of lead vocalist Jónsi Birgisson's little sister Sigurrós. According to their website, it is pronounced "si-ur roas (as in roast)." They hail from the same creative and vibrant Icelandic music scene as múm and Amiina. They released their first ever foray into film-making with their tour documentary, Heima in late 2007. Jón Þór (Jónsi) Birgisson, Georg Hólm and Ágúst Ævar Gunnarsson formed the group in Reykjavík, Iceland in August 1994.
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16. Nine Inch Nails (playcount: 232)
Nine Inch Nails was formed in Cleveland, Ohio, United States in 1988 by Trent Reznor, the only constant member of the band. He is generally credited for popularizing the genre known as "industrial rock". Born Michael Trent Reznor, he was raised by his maternal grandparents in Mercer, Pennsylvania, USA. Reznor took up piano at the age of five and in high school took up the tuba and saxophone. During the early to mid 80s Trent played with various synthpop and new wave groups such as Exotic Birds and Option 30 before beginning his solo project.
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17. System of a Down (playcount: 210)
System of a Down (commonly referred to as System or abbreviated as SOAD) is an American alternative metal band, formed in 1994 from Los Angeles, California. All four members are of Armenian descent, and are widely known for their outspoken radical views expressed in many of their songs confronting the Armenian Genocide of 1915 by the Ottoman Empire and the ongoing War on Terror by the US government. The band consists of Serj Tankian (vocals), Daron Malakian (vocals, guitar), Shavo Odadjian (bass, vocals) and John Dolmayan (drums).
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18. Steven Wilson (playcount: 202)
Steven Wilson (born Steven John Wilson on November 3, 1967 in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England) is a self-taught guitarist, producer, audio engineer, bass guitar and keyboard player (among other musical instruments). He is perhaps best known as the lead guitarist/singer and songwriter for progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, but his projects are numerous, including collaborations with Israeli superstar Aviv Geffen, Blackfield, long-running partnership with Tim Bowness, No-Man, also teaming up with Dirk Serries...
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19. Green Day (playcount: 201)
Green Day is an American rock trio formed in 1987. The band has consisted of Billie Joe Armstrong (vocals, guitar), Mike Dirnt (bass guitar, vocals), and Tré Cool (drums, percussion) for the majority of its existence. Green Day was originally part of the punk rock scene at 924 Gilman Street, Berkeley in East Bay, CA, United States . Its early releases for independent record label Lookout! Records earned them a grassroots fanbase, some of whom felt alienated when the band signed to a major label.
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20. Death Cab for Cutie (playcount: 197)
Death Cab for Cutie is an American rock band formed in Bellingham, Washington in 1997. The band consists of Ben Gibbard (vocals, guitar, piano), Chris Walla (guitar), Nicholas Harmer (bass) and Jason McGerr (drums). Death Cab began as a solo project of Ben Gibbard, now the band's vocalist and guitarist. Gibbard took the band name from the satirical song Death Cab for Cutie, performed by The Bonzo Dog Band in The Beatles' 1967 experimental film Magical Mystery Tour.
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21. The Raconteurs (playcount: 186)
The Raconteurs are an American rock band, formed in Nashville, Tennessee, United States, in 2005, featuring the songwriting of Jack White, of The White Stripes and singer songwriter Brendan Benson. In their own words, The Raconteurs are "a new band made up of old friends." The full band consists of:
Jack White (The White Stripes) - vocals, guitars, keyboards
Brendan Benson (solo) - vocals, guitars, keyboards
Jack Lawrence (The Greenhornes, Blanche) - bass guitar
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22. Thom Yorke (playcount: 179)
Thomas Edward Yorke (born 7 October, 1968 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom) is best known as the lead singer of the British alternative rock band Radiohead. He has also recorded as a solo musician. His debut album, The Eraser, debuted July 10th 2006 in the UK and July 11th in the US. Two singles were released from the album, "Harrowdown Hill" and "Analyse". The song "Black Swan" was used as the end theme to the 2006 film adaptation of Philip K. Dick's novel A Scanner Darkly and was also a succesful hit on American alternative radio in the summer of 2006.
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23. Max Richter (playcount: 173)
Composer Max Richter was born in Germany in 1966 and grew up in the UK. He studied composition and piano at Edinburgh University, the Royal Academy of Music and in Florence with Luciano Berio. Though he has a strong background in the canons of classical music, his influences were more modern composers and in particular, Iannis Xenakis whose musical compositions applied mathematical and physical laws and Philip Glass whose sound was a major influence on Richter.
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24. Pearl Jam (playcount: 167)
Pearl Jam is an American rock band that formed in Seattle, Washington in 1990. Since its inception, the band's line-up has included Eddie Vedder (lead vocals, guitar), Jeff Ament (bass guitar), Stone Gossard (rhythm guitar), Mike McCready (lead guitar), and drummer Matt Cameron, who has been with the band since 1998.
Formed after the demise of Ament and Gossard's previous band Mother Love Bone, Pearl Jam broke into the mainstream with its debut album Ten.
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25. Tyler Bates (playcount: 147)
Tyler Bates is a music producer and composer for films. His most recent work is for the 2009 film, Watchmen, but he is perhaps best known for his work on Frank Miller's "300." He is also responsible for music from the zombie horror film Dawn of the Dead. Other projects include The Devil's Rejects, See No Evil, Halloween and Slither as well as Watchmen, based on the critically acclaimed graphic novel by Alan Moore.
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26. Sia (playcount: 146)
Sia Kate Isobelle Furler, to use the name her musician parents gave her, already has a staggering track record. If her name itself - pronounced 'See-ah' - isn't familiar to millions, her voice undoubtedly is. In 2000, the Adelaide born singer scored a bolt from the blue Top 10 hit with her debut single, Taken for Granted. Pairing her unique Australian drawl with the strident strings from Prokofiev's 'Romeo & Juliet', the track was championed by Trevor Nelson and had Sia performing live on Jo Whiley's Radio 1 show.
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27. This Will Destroy You (playcount: 140)
This Will Destroy You is an instrumental American post-rock band from San Marcos, Texas. The band is made up of Chris King, Raymond Brown, Jeremy Galindo, and Andrew Miller. Raymond Brown has since gone to medical school and handed the torch to Donovan Jones, who joined in February of '08. They are signed to Magic Bullet. The band formed in 2005 and released the EP which was originally supposed to be the band's demo, Young Mountain, the same year. The EP received favorable reviews. They released their self-titled debut album on January 29, 2008.
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28. Dream Theater (playcount: 133)
Dream Theater is an American progressive metal band from Long Island, New York formed in 1985 under the name "Majesty" by John Myung, John Petrucci, and Mike Portnoy while they attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, which they all dropped out of to support the band. Although a number of lineup changes have occurred, the three original members remain today, along with James LaBrie and Jordan Rudess.
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28. The Innocence Mission (playcount: 133)
The Innocence Mission are a folk band featuring the beautiful, mesmerizing vocals of Karen Peris, and the guitar backing of her husband, Don Peris. Their signature style is dreamy slow songs, with beautiful melodies. The original band, including Mike Bitts (bass), and Steve Brown (drums), was formed in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in the early 80s when the members met during a Catholic school production of Godspell. Although all members of the band have contributed musically, Karen Peris does most of the group's writing.
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30. Cat Power (playcount: 128)
Charlyn Marie Marshall, also known as Chan (pronounced "Shawn") Marshall, was born in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. on 21 January 1972. After dropping out of high school, she started performing under the name Cat Power, while in Atlanta, backed by musicians Glen Thrasher, Mark Moore, and others. She soon moved to New York, New York, United States in 1992, then later opening for Liz Phair in 1994, she met Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth and Tim Foljahn of Two Dollar Guitar, who encouraged her to record, and played on her first two albums, 1995's Dear Sir and 1996's Myra Lee.
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31. Coldplay (playcount: 127)
Coldplay is a British alternative rock band, formed in London, United Kingdom in 1997. The band comprises vocalist and pianist Chris Martin, lead guitarist Jonny Buckland, bassist Guy Berryman, and drummer Will Champion. Having released four successful albums, (all of which debuted at #1 on the UK album chart) Coldplay have also achieved great success with their singles, such as Yellow, Speed Of Sound, the Grammy-winning Clocks and the US and UK #1 single Viva La Vida. Frontman Chris Martin credits 1980s Norwegian pop band a-ha for inspiring him to form his own band.
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32. The Last Shadow Puppets (playcount: 126)
The Last Shadow Puppets is a band that consists of Alex Turner of Sheffield band Arctic Monkeys and Miles Kane of The Rascals. They released their debut album, The Age of the Understatement, on the 21st of April 2008 in the UK, and May 6th in the U.S. The album also features James Ford (producer and half of the duo Simian Mobile Disco) and string arrangements from Owen Pallett a.k.a Final Fantasy. The album went straight to number one in the UK Albums Chart.
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33. The Jimi Hendrix Experience (playcount: 123)
The Jimi Hendrix Experience was a short-lived, yet highly influential rock band famous for the guitar work of Jimi Hendrix on songs such as Purple Haze, Foxy Lady, Hey Joe, Voodoo Child (Slight Return) and All Along the Watchtower. Though Hendrix was the focus and frontman, the other band members (Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell) were also vital to the "experience." Hendrix arrived in England in October 1966, and auditions were launched to find him a backing band.
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34. Coheed and Cambria (playcount: 119)
Coheed & Cambria is a progressive rock band, formed in Nyack, New York, United States in 1995 under the name Shabutie, but in 2001 changed the name to Coheed and Cambria. The current lineup consists of Claudio Sanchez (vocals, guitars), Travis Stever (guitars), Michael Todd (bass), and Chris Pennie (drums). Former members include Jon Carleo (bass, left in 1996), Nate Kelley (drums, left in 2001), and Josh Eppard (drums, left in 2006).
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35. Led Zeppelin (playcount: 118)
Led Zeppelin was originally formed in 1968 by guitarist Jimmy Page under the name "The New Yardbirds," based on Page's previous band, The Yardbirds. While The New Yardbirds arose at first simply to fulfill some performance commitments booked in Scandinavia before the original band's break-up, Page attempted to create a rock-supergroup out of the new band, which would have been composed of the Yardbirds' own Page and Jeff Beck, The Who's Keith Moon and John Entwistle (who were considering leaving their band), and possibly Steve Winwood or Steve Marriott.
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36. She & Him (playcount: 116)
She & Him is an American indie folk band consisting of actress Zooey Deschanel and musician M. Ward. The pair first met in 2006 for a movie soundtrack project for the film 'The Go-Getter' in which they recorded a version of Richard and Linda Thompson’s “When I Get To The Border”. Their first studio album, Volume One, was released in March of 2008 on Merge Records. Their second studio album, Volume Two, will be released March 23, 2010 which is just over two years since the release of Volume One.
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37. Frédéric Chopin (playcount: 115)
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin (Chopin pronounced "shoh-pan") (Frédéric François Chopin in French), (1st March 1810 – 17th October 1849) is one of the most famous, influential, and admired composers and virtuoso pianists of the Romantic era, and is Poland's most beloved composer. He was born of Polish and French parentage in the village of Żelazowa Wola, Poland. In Warsaw he was hailed as a child prodigy and was the "second Mozart" for his piano and composition skill, for which the composer Robert Schumann complimented the talented pianist...
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38. Arcade Fire (playcount: 113)
Arcade Fire is an orchestral indie rock band which formed in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 2003. The band consists of Win Butler (vocals, guitar), Régine Chassagne (vocals, accordion, keyboards, hurdy gurdy), Richard Reed Parry (bass, guitar), William Butler (keyboards, guitar), Tim Kingsbury (bass), Sarah Neufeld (violin), and Jeremy Gara (drums). Howard Bilerman, who played drums on the album Funeral, has since moved on to other projects.
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39. Dio (playcount: 111)
Dio is an American heavy metal band led by vocalist Ronnie James Dio, who formed it in 1982 after leaving Black Sabbath. In an interview, available on the special edition re-release of Holy Diver, Dio states that he never intended to begin a solo career. His intention was to form a new band with fellow former Black Sabbath member, drummer Vinny Appice. Naming the band Dio made sense from a commercial standpoint, as the name was already well-known at that time. Dio in Italian means "God".
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39. John Murphy (playcount: 111)
John Murphy is a prominent British film composer from the city of Liverpool.
He began composing music for films in the 90s, working on several successful British movies, enjoying particular success with the soundtracks to Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch.
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41. Incubus (playcount: 105)
Incubus is a five-man alternative rock band based in Calabasas, California. Members include Brandon Boyd (vocals and percussion), Mike Einziger (guitar), Ben Kenney (bass), Jose Pasillas II (drums) and DJ Chris Kilmore (turntables). Former members of the band include Gavin Koppel (a.k.a. DJ Lyfe) (turntables) and Alex Katunich (a.k.a. Dirk Lance) (bass). The band's name may seem a peculiar choice to fans, as an incubus is a type of demon that, in mythological lore...
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42. Nirvana (playcount: 104)
Nirvana was a popular and highly influential American grunge band. The band formed in Aberdeen, Washington in 1987, and was part of the Seattle grunge scene of the late 80s. Other Seattle grunge bands such as Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains and Soundgarden also gained in popularity, and, as a result, alternative rock became a dominant genre on American and Canadian radio and music television during the early-to-mid '90s.
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43. R.E.M. (playcount: 103)
R.E.M. is an alternative rock band formed in Athens, Georgia, United States in 1980. The band originally consisted of Michael Stipe (vocals), Peter Buck (guitar, mandolin), Mike Mills (bass, keyboards, vocals) and Bill Berry (drums). Berry retired from the band in October 1997 after having suffered a brain aneurysm on the '95 Monster tour. He is now a farmer. Although "R.E.M." can stand for "Rapid Eye Movement", which is a certain stage during a person's nightly sleep, it does not have special significance with respect to the band...
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44. Michael Giacchino (playcount: 97)
Michael Giacchino (pronounced juh-kee-no) (born 1967, Riverside, New Jersey) is an American soundtrack composer who has composed several multi-award winning scores for many popular movies, television series and video games. He attended the Evening Division at the Juilliard School, as well as the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where he acquired a degree in film production and a minor degree in History. Compositions in Video Games
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45. My Morning Jacket (playcount: 94)
My Morning Jacket is a rock band which formed in 1998 in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. The band consists of singer/songwriter/guitarist Jim James (vocals, guitar), Carl Broemel (guitar), "Two Tone" Tommy Blankenship (bass), Bo Koster (keyboards) and Patrick Hallahan (drums). The band is best known for their reverb-soaked sound and their enthusiastic live shows. My Morning Jacket is signed with ATO Records. The band's style is a blend of alternative, alt country, folk rock and psychedelic rock.
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45. Bear McCreary (playcount: 94)
Bear McCreary (born on February 17, 1979) is a classically trained composer and musician living in Los Angeles, California. He studied under Elmer Bernstein and has composed original music for over thirty films including Jon Chu's musical short When the Kids are Away. Bear is perhaps most known for his work on the re-imagined television series Battlestar Galactica, for which he scored nearly all the music.
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47. Foo Fighters (playcount: 92)
Foo Fighters is an American alternative rock/post-grunge band formed by singer/guitarist Dave Grohl in 1995 in Seattle, USA. Grohl formed the group as a one-man project after the dissolution of his previous band Nirvana in 1994. Prior to the release of Foo Fighters in 1995, Grohl drafted Nate Mendel (bass), William Goldsmith (drums), and Pat Smear (guitar) to complete the group. Goldsmith left during the recording of the group's second album The Colour and the Shape (1997), soon followed by Smear.
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48. Feed Me! (playcount: 88)
Feed Me is a 3-piece band from Cairo, Egypt. The band was formed in late 2008 by longtime friends Nader Ahmed, Mohammed Ashraf 'SikSik', and Ahmed Abdel Aziz 'ZiZO'. Their music lies somewhere between Electronica & Post Rock and influenced greatly by their different musical backgrounds. Feed Me Released their debut album "Marching Stickmen" in June 2009.
All three members of Feed Me! are also in Pogressive/Alternative Rock band Headcase and are currently recording Headcases's debut EP which is expected to be released by the end of 2009.
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49. Chris Cornell (playcount: 83)
Chris Cornell (1964, Seattle, WA, United States) is an American singer/songwriter and guitarist. In 1984 he formed the band Soundgarden with bassist Hiro Yamamoto. Throughout the late 1980s and 90s, Soundgarden experienced major success as one of the major grunge bands (along with groups such as Alice in Chains, Nirvana, and Pearl Jam). In 1990, Chris Cornell worked together with the (then) Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron, and Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament and Mike McCready (who would later form Pearl Jam) in a project named Temple of the Dog.
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50. Bob Dylan (playcount: 80)
Bob Dylan (born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941 in Duluth, Minnesota, United States) is an American musician, poet and artist whose position in popular culture is unique. Although his career began in 1959, much of Dylan's best known work is from the 1960s, when he became an informal documentarian and reluctant figurehead of American unrest. Some of his songs, such as "Blowin' In The Wind" and "The Times They Are A-Changin'", became anthems of the anti-war and civil rights movements.
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Top Albums
1. The Shins - Wincing the Night Away (playcount: 249)

2. Wolfmother - Cosmic Egg (playcount: 246)

3. Wolfmother - Wolfmother (playcount: 245)

4. Steven Wilson - Insurgentes (playcount: 200)

5. Norah Jones - Come Away with Me (playcount: 163)

6. Arctic Monkeys - Humbug (playcount: 134)

7. The Last Shadow Puppets - The Age of the Understatement (playcount: 126)

8. Mono - You Are There (playcount: 124)

9. Thom Yorke - The Eraser (playcount: 121)

10. Green Day - 21st Century Breakdown (playcount: 116)

10. She & Him - Volume One (playcount: 116)

12. Porcupine Tree - Deadwing (playcount: 111)

13. Explosions in the Sky - The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place (playcount: 109)

14. Tyler Bates - Watchmen (playcount: 108)

15. Dio - Holy Diver (playcount: 106)

15. Mono - Hymn To The Immortal Wind (playcount: 106)

17. Metallica - Metallica (playcount: 100)

18. Mono - Under the Pipal Tree (playcount: 99)

19. God Is An Astronaut - All Is Violent, All Is Bright (playcount: 98)

20. The Raconteurs - Broken Boy Soldiers (playcount: 94)

21. The Raconteurs - Consolers of the Lonely (playcount: 92)

22. Iron Maiden - Somewhere In Time (playcount: 90)

22. The Smashing Pumpkins - Non Album Tracks (playcount: 90)
24. Explosions in the Sky - All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone (playcount: 88)

24. Feed Me! - Marching Stickmen (playcount: 88)

26. Black Sabbath - Mob Rules (playcount: 87)

26. This Will Destroy You - Young Mountain (playcount: 87)

28. Porcupine Tree - In Absentia (playcount: 86)

29. Pearl Jam - Backspacer (playcount: 82)

30. Metallica - Death Magnetic (playcount: 81)

31. Chris Cornell - Euphoria Morning (playcount: 80)

32. The White Stripes - Icky Thump (playcount: 79)

33. The Shins - Chutes Too Narrow (playcount: 78)

34. Black Sabbath - Heaven and Hell (playcount: 76)

35. Metallica - Load (playcount: 75)

35. Coheed and Cambria - Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV, Volume Two: No World For Tomorrow (playcount: 75)

37. Norah Jones - The Fall (playcount: 74)

38. Sigur Rós - Ágætis byrjun (playcount: 73)

39. Sia - Colour the Small One (playcount: 72)

39. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Axis: Bold As Love (playcount: 72)

39. The White Stripes - De Stijl (playcount: 72)

39. Sia - Some People Have Real Problems (playcount: 72)

43. John Murphy - Sunshine (playcount: 71)

44. Sigur Rós - Takk... (playcount: 70)

44. The Shins - Oh, Inverted World (playcount: 70)

44. System of a Down - Steal This Album! (playcount: 70)

47. My Morning Jacket - It Still Moves (playcount: 69)

48. Sigur Rós - ( ) (playcount: 68)

49. Death Cab for Cutie - Narrow Stairs (playcount: 67)

50. Nine Inch Nails - With Teeth (playcount: 66)


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Top Tracks
1. Metallica - Remember Tomorrow (playcount: 51)
2. The Shins - A Comet Appears (playcount: 42)
3. Steven Wilson - Significant Other (playcount: 36)
4. Steven Wilson - Harmony Korine (playcount: 34)
4. Wolfmother - 10,000 Feet (playcount: 34)
6. Metallica - No Leaf Clover (playcount: 33)
7. Wolfmother - Mind's Eye (playcount: 32)
7. Wolfmother - Vagabond (playcount: 32)
7. The Shins - Girl Sailor (playcount: 32)
7. Metallica - Hero of the Day (playcount: 32)
11. The Shins - Red Rabbits (playcount: 31)
12. Wolfmother - Where Eagles Have Been (playcount: 29)
12. Feed Me! - Losing Everything (playcount: 29)
14. Mono - Burial at Sea (playcount: 28)
14. Feed Me! - Painting Space (playcount: 28)
16. This Will Destroy You - The World Is Our ___ (playcount: 27)
16. The Shins - Phantom Limb (playcount: 27)
16. Green Day - 21 Guns (playcount: 27)
19. Bob Dylan - The Times They Are a-Changin' (playcount: 26)
19. Porcupine Tree - Halo (playcount: 26)
19. Wolfmother - Dimension (playcount: 26)
19. Metallica - The Unforgiven III (playcount: 26)
19. Explosions in the Sky - First Breath After Coma (playcount: 26)
24. Mono - Moonlight (playcount: 25)
24. Wolfmother - Love Train (playcount: 25)
26. The Shins - Saint Simon (playcount: 24)
26. Explosions in the Sky - The Only Moment We Were Alone (playcount: 24)
26. Soundgarden - Blow Up the Outside World (playcount: 24)
29. Porcupine Tree - Arriving Somewhere but Not Here (playcount: 23)
29. Metallica - The Unforgiven II (playcount: 23)
29. Wolfmother - Caroline (playcount: 23)
29. Mono - A Heart Has Asked for the Pleasure (playcount: 23)
29. The Shins - Turn on Me (playcount: 23)
34. Arcade Fire - Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels) (playcount: 22)
34. Arctic Monkeys - Crying Lightning (playcount: 22)
34. The Shins - Sealegs (playcount: 22)
34. Jimi Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower (playcount: 22)
34. Explosions in the Sky - It's Natural To Be Afraid (playcount: 22)
39. Feed Me! - What We're Stuck With (playcount: 21)
39. Steven Wilson - Collecting Space (playcount: 21)
39. Wolfmother - Violence of the Sun (playcount: 21)
39. Black Sabbath - The Mob Rules (playcount: 21)
39. Explosions in the Sky - Your Hand in Mine (playcount: 21)
39. Norah Jones - Chasing Pirates (playcount: 21)
39. Mono - Yearning (playcount: 21)
46. Mono - Are You There? (playcount: 20)
46. This Will Destroy You - I Believe In Your Victory (playcount: 20)
46. Explosions in the Sky - Six Days At The Bottom Of The Ocean (playcount: 20)
46. Bob Dylan - The Man In Me (playcount: 20)
46. Black Sabbath - Voodoo (playcount: 20)

Time Generated: 1262297878.64


This was generated by a quick and dirty python script that I wrote on newyears eve. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/197580/permanent/newyears_lastfm_gen.tar.gz

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  • VGKS

    I'm going to listen of some of these bands

    Set 9 2011, 22:00
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